Julianne Hough 'Save Haven' Premiere Dress, Sheer Mesh Beaded Gown [PHOTO & VIDEO]
on Feb 15, 2013 08:49 AM EST
At the premiere of her film Safe Haven on Thursday night, actress Julianne Hough wore a sheer Alberta Ferretti dress, that featured an intricately beaded mesh bodice.
The 24-year-old, who also sported a bouffant hair, walked the red carpet with her boyfriend Ryan Seacrest and fortunately had no wardrobe malfunction reminiscent of her incident at the Golden Globes.
Safe Haven is in theaters now. The film, based on a Nicholas Sparks novel with the same name, is about a young woman (Hough) who escapes from an abusive husband and lands in Southport, N.C., where her bond with a widower (Josh Duhamel) forces her to confront a secret that haunts her. Watch the film's trailer below.
Later this year Hough will plays a young woman who loses her faith after surviving a traumatic plane crash in Paradise. The comedic film also stars Russell Brand, Octavia Spencer and Holly Hunter.
"I'm really excited," Hough told The Huffington Post about Paradise, the directorial debut of Oscar-winning writer Diablo Cody. "I was so blown away that they gave me the shot to do this. Diablo could have had anybody she wanted."
Hough ripped her dress on both ends at a Golden Globes after party on Jan. 13 after trying to show off her dance moves. She tore her pale pink Jenny Packham gown up both legs at InStyle's party but rather than being embarrassed, she poked fun at herself. She shared a photo of her rips with her online followers, posting a series of pictures on her Twitter page and Instagram.
In one picture Hough pulls an uncomfortable face, while in another she points at her bare legs, visible through the ripped slits up each side of the gown.
She wrote on Twitter, "Ummm I think I may have danced too hard.... Eeek!!!! Ummm again... I love to dance regardless of how expensive a dress may be... You can't hold me down!!! :)."
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